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CDOT launches Snowstang service between Denver & Ski resorts

Posted at 1:48 PM, Dec 04, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-04 15:48:14-05

As part of its continuing effort to provide travel alternatives to the state's recreactional areas, the Colorado Department of Transportation is introducing Snowstang.

This service will give roundtrip service between Denver and the Loveland Ski Area, Arapahoe Basin, Steamboat Resort, and Howelsen Hill in Steamboat Springs on Saturdays and Sundays.

Snowstang will begin on December 14 and will continue every weekend through April 20, 2020. This includes the Martin Luther King Jr. and Presidents Day holidays.

“We’re excited to launch Snowstang which will help move more people to the mountains quicker and ease the journey for hundreds of thousands of Coloradans who enjoy our fantastic winter resorts every year,” said Governor Jared Polis. “Thank you to Shoshana Lew and our tremendous team at CDOT for helping to get this bus service on the road. CDOT partnered with each resort so that residents and visitors alike could have another convenient and cost-effective way to access all the amazing experiences our world-class destinations have to offer.”

For all three lines, passengers can board at Denver Union Station or the Denver Federal Center.

Roundtrip tickets for Loveland Ski Area and Arapahoe Basin start at $25. A roundtrip to Steamboat Springs (Steamboat Resort and Howelsen Hill) is $40.00. Additional discounts will be available for seniors and children.

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